We are really excited to announce that we are again sponsoring our favorite shipwright, Louis Sauzedde, and his many video endeavors. We built the TotalBoat Skiff and the TotalBoat Sport Dory with Lou and the Tips from a Shipwright crew in recent years and we heard our customers say, “more Lou,” so we listened. We visited Lou recently in his Bristol Shipwrights boat shop where he and old friend, Ken Boyle, are building an Alden Schooner from the keel up. We stopped in because Lou called us to tell us he wanted to work with us on epoxy tips videos, and here you are – Episode 1 of Tips the Stick, featuring some little-known tricks from the hands and tools of Lou. These are tips that Lou himself is concocting to share with you all, from his years and many board feet of experience spreading out epoxy on planks. Check out our first video in our new series with Lou where he shares tips for using a chip brush with epoxy.
And in case you’re wondering about Lou’s other channels and videos, he now has a collection! Go follow him on his Bristol Shipwrights channel where their latest video was launched a few days ago, on the Tips from A Shipwright channel where Lou is building a v-bottom skiff using TotalBoat epoxy and supplies, of course. He’s already planning the next great project and you can be sure we’ve signed up to help out! So go subscribe to Lou’s channels and throw a LIKE on these videos to help Lou win all the possible YouTube love! Thanks for watching! Leave a note for Lou in the comments and we will be sure to share.
And yes Lou is wearing the ultra-cool Narhwal Labs made damascus micarta sunglasses … another fun video to add to your watch list!
Tips That Stick: Spreading Epoxy with a Chip Brush with Lou Sauzedde
I'm here at bristol shipwrights today where we're building this beautiful 43-foot alden schooner. Today i'm just going to show you some tips and tricks that makes it a little bit easier for spreading epoxy glue you can't move the glue with that it's too it's just too limber right this is much stiffer once you shorten them up so when i push this down you see it just looks like that when i push this down and looks like that. You can follow evelyn being built on our bristol shipwright's youtube channel you can also check us out on patreon we could really use the support.